Anti-Aging Glasses are Real, May or May Not Work

Aug 30, 2010

One way to look at getting older, is the fact that while you progress in age, the technology that makes our world interesting is getting older, and better, each and every day. The other way to look at getting older, is to see yourself in the mirror every day, and notice all those wrinkles, lines, and other obvious indicators that you're racking up the calendar days. If you inherently think about the latter more often than the former, then perhaps these anti-aging glasses from Japan were manufactured just for you.

Sure, you won't find any advanced technology in these things, but they certainly look fun, don't they? You might not be able to tell from the image of the "real" person right there, but the cartoon certainly does a good job of explaining just what these glasses, or perhaps goggles would be more appropriate, do. Just strap them to your head, right there where goggles/glasses should go, and you'll immediately notice that the rubber is pulling on your "delicate" skin. Tightening it, even.

The idea, we imagine, is to keep your skin tight for long periods of time, so that way it's not sagging all day long. We're not exactly sure if a "skin doctor" would agree that this is the number one way to make sure that you don't look like you're getting older, but it's probably cheaper than any other method, right? And hey, you get what you pay for.

[via DVICE]

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